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8 Index

$C (Stream Change Notification) (section 2.2.3.2, section 3.2.5.6)

$D (Data) (section 2.2.3.3, section 3.2.5.4)

$E (End-of-Stream Notification) (section 2.2.3.4, section 3.2.5.5)

$F (Filler) (section 2.2.3.5, section 3.2.5.7)

$H (Header) (section 2.2.3.6, section 3.2.5.3)

A

Abstract data model

client

server

Administrative Disconnect

Applicability

application/x-wms-pushsetup

application/x-wms-pushstart

ASF header file

ASF packet

AutoDestroy

C

Capability negotiation

Change tracking

Client

abstract data model

higher-layer triggered events

initialization

local events

message processing

sequencing rules

timer events

timers

Configure the server

Content-Type

Cookie

D

Data model - abstract

client

server

Disconnect

TCP connection (section 3.1.7.1, section 3.2.7.1)

E

Examples

general push distribution sequence example

push distribution with AutoDestroy example

sample message exchange during push distribution

F

Fields - vendor-extensible

Framing Header

G

General push distribution sequence example

Glossary

H

Higher-layer triggered events

client

server

HTTP header fields

I

Idle-Timeout Timer Expires

Implementer - security considerations

Inactivity-Timeout Timer Expires

Index of security parameters

Informative references

Initialization

client

server

Introduction

L

Last packet

Local events

client

server

M

Message processing

client

server

Messages

HTTP header fields

packet types

request types

syntax

transport

N

no-cache

Normative references

Notification

last packet

new ASF header file

O

Overview

P

Packet types

Parameters - security index

Pragma

Preconditions

Prerequisites

Product behavior

Push distribution with AutoDestroy example

push-id

PushSetup Request (section 2.2.2.1, section 3.1.4.1.1, section 3.2.5.1)

PushSetup Response

PushStart Request (section 2.2.2.2, section 3.1.4.2.1, section 3.2.5.2)

PushStart Response (section 3.1.5.2, section 3.2.5.2.1)

R

References

informative

normative

Relationship to other protocols

Request types

S

Sample message exchange during push distribution example

Security

implementer considerations

parameter index

Sequencing rules

client

server

Server

abstract data model

higher-layer triggered events

initialization

local events

message processing

overview

request to configure

sequencing rules

timer events

timers

Server header

Set-Cookie

Standards assignments

Streaming Content

Supported

Syntax

T

TCP connection (section 3.1.7.1, section 3.2.7.1)

Template-URL

timeout

Timer events

client

server

Timers

client

server

Tracking changes

Transport

Triggered events - higher-layer

client

server

U

User-Agent

V

Vendor-extensible fields

Versioning

X

X-Accept-Authentication

 
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